Charlotte Suzanne Ensley

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ENSLEY, Charlotte Suzanne

Charlotte Suzanne Ensley, was born on May 12, 1932 in Marcelene Missouri. Sue passed away July 07, 2013 with family by her side, she did not suffer.

Sue resided in both San Gabriel, and Magalia California for many years. Sue was an avid Bridge, Canasta, and Rummy Tile player. She spent many hours playing theses games with family and friends. Sue collected Betty Boop items for many years. She enjoyed traveling, cruising, and taking her friends out to lunch. Just before her passing, it was her wish to take all of her friends to lunch just as soon as she could. A task she had started just before her passing. She was known as Sue, to her San Gabriel friends, and she was known as Char to her Magalia/Paradise friends. She was probably known best to her family as Grandma Soup.

Sue is survived by her three grandchildren, and two great grandchildren, Janet and Thad Anderson, Justin Ensley, Jillian Ensley, Shelby and Tyler Anderson. Sue also leaves behind cousins, Coleen and Don. Nieces and nephews, Sue Bowlen, Tom and Rick Goett, Allen Wassermann, Chris Nielsen, and their families, along with many extended Ensley family members, and the most devoted, caring, and faithful friends anyone could ever hope to have in their life time.

Sue was proceeded in death by her son James Mark Ensley on March 10, 2013, son Steven Ensley, and a baby daughter. Her parents Victor and Ruthie Goett, brothers George, Monroe, Richard, Gene and wife Martha Goett. Sisters, Helen Goett, Twylah and husband Heinz Wassermann. Sue/Char, will be missed by many including her beautiful dog who still looks out the window for her everyday.

As per Sue's wish she was cremated and her ashes are to be scattered at sea, like her sister Helen. A private Memorial Service will be held at her Niece and Nephew's home in Corona. Sunday, August 4th 2013 at 1:00 P.M. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your local animal shelter.
Published in San Gabriel Valley Tribune on July 24, 2013
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